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Angie Henderson District 34 Councilwoman

As your councilperson, I pledge to


  • Be accessible and responsive. I will listen to your concerns, and we will find solutions to your problems.
  • Be informed and keep you informed. I will be consistent in my research and communication.
  • Be detail oriented and see the big picture. I will keep a close watch on and actively participate in discussions and decisions that have an impact on District 34.
  • Be engaged and encourage good ideas. I will organize conversations and collaborations that help the residents of District 34.
  • Be a strong voice for all the people of Green Hills, Oak Hill, Forest Hills, and Bellevue. I will never hesitate to speak up on behalf of neighborhood residents.

Meet Angie

  • I sent the following letter to the Metro Council this morning as we contemplate the final meeting of our term with several controversial bills before us, including BL2019-1633, which attempts to address 24/7 mini-hotels in residential zoning, but as currently drafted creates as many problems as it purports to solve. I have a compromise, “second substitute” bill that I hope colleagues will consider seriously. Dear Colleagues, I cannot believe how swiftly four years have passed. It has been an honor … read more

  • District 34 is home to numerous ash trees (examples above), which are now threatened due to the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive beetle species. This insect will have a devastating effect on our community’s tree canopy, with almost all untreated ash trees expected to die by 2026. It is estimated that up to 10% of Nashville’s tree canopy is ash trees, and in many District 34 neighborhoods, the percentage of the canopy is much higher. Ash trees can be … read more